Update on Interim Zika Virus Clinical Guidance and Recommendations

CDC continues to evaluate all available evidence to assess the effect of Zika virus disease during pregnancy and in infants and children with possible Zika virus infection. Updated interim guidelines for healthcare providers caring for pregnant women and women of reproductive age include a new recommendation to offer serologic testing to asymptomatic pregnant women (women who do not report clinical illness consistent with Zika virus disease) who have traveled to areas with ongoing transmission of Zika virus. Updated guidelines for healthcare providers caring for infants and children with possible Zika infection have been expanded to cover children up to 18 years old, and contain a new recommendation to provide routine care to infants with no abnormal findings on prenatal or postnatal ultrasound, normal physical examination and whose mothers were not previously tested for Zika virus infection. The guideline document contains new recommendations for the care of infants and children with possible acute Zika virus disease. During this Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA) Call, participants will learn why CDC has updated the clinical guidelines and how they can use the guidelines for Zika virus evaluation and testing.

 

 
Resource Type(s)
Presentation
Topic(s)
Birth Defects
Child Survival
Clinical Guidelines
Counseling
Diagnostics
Family Planning
Male Involvement
Microcephaly
Mosquito Control
Mosquito Transmission
Pregnancy
Sexual Transmission
Signs and Symptoms
Travel
Treatment
Audience(s)
Health Care Workers
Language(s)
English
Spanish
Country(ies)
United States
Source(s)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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